I have information on running aggregates.
Let me dig up my references. The examples
for plpython are on my website at
under talks for last year's OSCON.
But I think I have another article or two on them.
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On Tue, May 11, 2004 at 01:10:58PM -0400, Aditya wrote:
> I could have sworn that I saw an email from Josh Berkus on sfpug about how to
> do running aggregates (ie. a running tally or total, say in an invoice)
> entirely in PostgreSQL, however googling only finds:
> and I can't find it in the sfpug archives:
> am I mistaken?
> If so, is there a way to keep a running tally entirely in PostgreSQL?
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